Bulletin Insert
November 13, 2021

To All Our St. John the Baptist Parishioners: 
Recognizing that the pandemic is not over and to ensure the safety of our parishioners and clients, we have decided to continue the Angel Tree program as we did last year.
Instead of purchasing gifts for the Angel Tree, we are asking for cash donations to allow us to purchase gift cards for our clients and school families in need. 
If you would like to make a financial contribution, you can do so any time before noon on December 19th either by:
– putting money in an envelope marked “Angel Tree Program” for collection at church
– dropping off a donation at the Church Office, or
– our committee can arrange to pick up your donation if you contact the Church Office at 905-544-2100

If you would like a tax receipt for your donation, please indicate your Parish Envelope number or name & address on your donation envelope.
Thank you for your continued support and generosity!
The St. Vincent De Paul Committee at St. John the Baptist Church


Do you want to help people in need? Do you want to put your Faith into Action?
The Society of Saint Vincent De Paul needs your support!
You can help by volunteering, providing financial assistance or by starting a conference in your Parish.
Please see our newsletter here: https://www.ssvphamiltonpc.org/SSVP-HAM-Newsletter2.pdf. God bless you!”

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Shoppers, we invite you to visit our store at 200 Parkdale Avenue North to experience that “feel good shopping” atmosphere as you walk through and among our numerous “Next to New” items of clothing for men, women and children. We also have a wide range of furniture for any room in your home, including small appliances, books, magazines, kitchen wares and unique “one of a kind” items. Again, these are all “Next to New” and you will be amazed at the great quality to choose from. SEE YOU at the Store which is on the Parkdale bus route.

On Saturday, October 9, 2021, volunteers delivered Thanksgiving meals to clients in the St. John the Baptist Parish neighbourhood.